So they did well in the mud or what? Where did you get your yokos at?
While I do run a dedicated winter tire (on other rims) for the cold season, I absolutely LOVE my Geolanders the rest of the year. They also give the Outback a bit more aggressive look, which I find completely appropriate. I have no issues with noise or wet traction and they performed excellent on my recent Seattle-Los Angeles-Seattle trip :29:Sorry to chime in on such an old thread, but ****! These tire look great and from the reviews I have read from small truck and suv owners these ware exactly what I am looking for. I can even get them sipped further for winter usage! Thanks for sharing everyone.
That's what I'd recommend.That is interesting, as the dealer said it would decrease stopping distance and had no impact on warranty.
So, maybe I do what I was going to do all along, get the Geolanders for Spring/Summer/Fall fun, but buy a real set of winters for the Utah snow!
Well, I'm in the Seattle area and we tend to see a bit of rainHow do the Geolanders A/T-S perform on wet and heavy rain roads?
Does anyone have real numbers of consumption difference between Geolanders and OEM tires.